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Help with LED's on headphones synchronized to music.

I want to be able to put LED lights in my SkullCandy headphones and have them synchronize to the music or at least light up and look cool. Maybe I could throw in a 555IC and have the LED's blink from left to right. I have read online how to do it and I'm stuck. If someone could please explain how to do it or show me in a video. I have a multimeter and such. I don't know the model number or model name of the headphones. I will post pictures of the headphones and where I want the LED's. I don't think this matters much but I want to use high-intensity bright green LED's. I know how to take them apart. I would prefer if I didn't have to use a transistor, but if I have to then I will. Please send me a schematic or something. Thanks.

On the picture where I am pointing that is where I want the LED's.

CameronSS6 years ago
I have read online how to do it and I'm stuck.

Might want to post a link to where you saw it online, so people would know exactly what you're trying to do.

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Wally_Z (author)  CameronSS6 years ago
I will re-upload the pictures when I get the chance.

Link to instructable for LED headphones: https://www.instructables.com/id/LED-Music-Sync-Headphones/

Model of headphones: http://www.skullcandy.com/shop/lowrider-sc-black.html
Mine are very similar to these. The only difference is the year of manufacture and I don't have padding on the top.